The climate change denying pathology is fatal. Oil companies knew this for over 30 years yet we continue to reward them. Will reality & education stop insanity?
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Climate change is real and we need to think about it way past the flooding.
I watched the documentary Blowout this weekend. It was put together by Newsy, AP, & Texas Tribune. The documentary added meat to what most of us fighting climate change perpetrators have been preaching for decades. While it will upset quite a few, it gave me resolve.
We have allowed these companies to make us sick. This is bad enough. But worse, we have allowed them to effect hardship, displacement, and death to many in subsequent generations.
Stopping and reversing this has to be intentional. While many think it is the masses that will feel the pain from the mitigation, we must change the dynamic. Those who inflicted the damage should suffer the consequences of what they did. Yes, tax their ill-gotten wealth.
- The impeachment bandwagon is on.
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